The best and most spectacular marble at Marble Hexagon.
(CBC) “We’re trying to put on a show,” said the head of the Toronto-based marble league.
A plaque in the garden of Marble Hexagonal is dedicated to the heritage of the building. “
It’s a celebration of our heritage.”
A plaque in the garden of Marble Hexagonal is dedicated to the heritage of the building.
“I think that’s what makes it so special,” said Marcelino.
“When we build, we’re building something beautiful.”
Marble Hexagons was founded in 2004 by former students at the University of Toronto and the Marble League of Canada.
It was later purchased by a group of family friends and renovated in 2017, becoming the first residential community in Ontario to feature a fully-furnished marble garden.
The marble garden is filled with more than a dozen different types of marble, including granite, limestone, marble and cobblestone.
The gardens also include a collection of statues, murals and sculptures.
The granite garden, which includes a collection from the old Marble League, is one of the highlights of Marble’s newest addition.
The group of four is in the midst of a massive renovation to their main building in downtown Toronto.
The renovation is expected to take three to four years.
A view of the main Marble Hexaion building from Marble Hexagram.
(Ralph J. Baer/CBC) The new marble garden features sculptures of all sorts, from classical statues to medieval murals, with large mosaics and other decorations hanging above the sculptures.
“There’s not a single piece of marble that isn’t being worked,” said Marble’s founder, Marceline Marcelli.
“Every single piece is a piece of our past.”